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Do you know how Dr. Albert Einstein solved the anomalous precession of Mercury of 42.9 arc/sec. century.? This query is not directed to anyone in particular. Why some astrophysicists at that time were amazed there is room for adjustment solution of Dr. Einstein. . It was perfect! For more that 50 years, since 1864 up to 1915, all the astronomical societies of the world were hard pressed how to solve the anomalous precession which no one can deny was there 42.9 arc/sec. century. All astonomical tdelescopes attested that there is that ACTUAL anomalous precession of 42.9 which cannot be solved.l Until Dr. Einstein entered into the picture and he solved it perfectly..

The secondary precession of Mercury was not solved untill 2019, by myself.

My discovery was undoubtedly a monumental breathtaking miracle of brainpower, one of the cleverest ideas in physics, the epitome of the rise of logic, of consciousness itself even

You really dig deep. Please show the equation of Dr. Einstein which is amazing. But you know!!

Please do show the AMAZING EQUATION of Dr. Einstein how he solved the anomalous precession of Mercury..how he outwitted the whole astronomical world who knew astronomy much, much much more than Dr. Einstein who knew little but because of his GR, he was sure that that anomalous precession of mercury could be one big answer to his concept of spacetime.

Do you know how Dr. Albert Einstein solved the anomalous precession of Mercury of 42.9 arc/sec. century.? ... . It was perfect!

Please show the AMAZING EQUATION of Dr. Einstein

Quote from: jsaldea12Please show the AMAZING EQUATION of Dr. EinsteinSee: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apsidal_precession#General_relativity

Quote from: evan_au on 14/02/2019 10:42:56Quote from: jsaldea12Please show the AMAZING EQUATION of Dr. EinsteinSee: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apsidal_precession#General_relativityHow does Einstein's relativity give precession? I reckon that no kind of relativity Einsteinian or Lorentzian can give precession (unless invoking some kind of tidal effect)(which Einstein doesnt).

Quote from: mad aetherist on 14/02/2019 12:17:09Quote from: evan_au on 14/02/2019 10:42:56Quote from: jsaldea12Please show the AMAZING EQUATION of Dr. EinsteinSee: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apsidal_precession#General_relativityHow does Einstein's relativity give precession? I reckon that no kind of relativity Einsteinian or Lorentzian can give precession (unless invoking some kind of tidal effect)(which Einstein doesnt).If you assume an ideal situation of a planet orbiting a perfectly spherical Star, with no other planets introducing any additional gravitational effects, Then that planet if put in an elliptical orbit, it would not precess according to Newton's Laws of gravity. This is due to the fact that Newtonian gravity falls off exactly by the square of the distance. If gravity however falls of by anything else but by the square of the distance, a precession will result. Einstein's GR theory of gravity predicts that gravity doesn't fall off exactly by the square of the distance. This difference increases as you get closer to the Sun, and thus is enough to produce a measurable additional precession beyond that produced by other influences for Mercury, with it being close to the Sun and having a relatively eccentric orbit.

BUT PLEASE SHOW THE AMAZING SOLUTION OF DR. EINSTEIN IN SIMPLE MATH EQUATION. HERE IS ANOTHER CLUE: WHETHER THE ANOMALOUS PRECESSION OF MERCURY IS 42.9 OR 43 ARC/SEC CENTURY, THE SOLUTION IS PERFECT. I think you know the answer, just circling. jsaldea12 feb 15, 2019